Heels bounce back


Well, that’s more like it. Three days after losing its No. 1 ranking, its first game of the season and its chance to go undefeated, No. 3 North Carolina bounced back Wednesday with a 108-70 blowout of College of Charleston at the Smith Center. The Tar Heels’ defense wasn’t seamless, what with the Cougars shooting 46.9 percent in the first half and one of UNC’s best stoppers, , sitting on the bench for the entire game. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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